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AUSTRALIAN

(ReceiTfd October 25, 10.2.Ta ni'V . VIOLENT THUNDERSTQBife. Syiwbv, October 25. Violent thunderstorms p reV ai!ed throughout -the colony' yesterday, and telegraphic communication with Queensland, Victoria, and South Australia waa temporarily io^rupPd. In some parti the storm ..raged;, .with the,severity of. a tornado. ', . V:"*'* Mblbohumb, October 20. Terxiiiq gales .have .be^n- raging on. the coast for the past'' two'days, and on the shore a considerable amount of damage has been dpne. At Brunswick,, one of the suburbs, a roof/was torn offalargegminstore,.andt.he jrjfXi blown out. , The schooner , Aquiila foundered m Port Melbourne; ahagreat damage is reported from the country districts. ' . '. • ■ ■ -i Adelaidk, October 25; ' Violent gales blew yesterday' a'hd slight damage'resulted to tlie riiipping. Tli.6 t,ide was the, highest eVer kuowa m South Australia. Out of *ev«it«en fishing vessels which were lying at anchor m Kingston, teu. were either blown ashore during the ljeight of the gale or sunk. , '

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Ashburton Guardian, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2553, 25 October 1890

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AUSTRALIAN Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2553, 25 October 1890

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